Teresa Giudice crisis so bad her crisis manager quits, puts her on blast


Things have gone from bad to worse for Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice. If you don’t believe me – just ask her (former) crisis manager.

Here’s what Wendy Feldman, who was recently hired to help Teresa through this tough period in her life, had to say:

“A relationship takes respect and effort as well as honesty. This relationship was filled with more problems than usual clients have because of the constant refusal of Teresa to accept responsibility for the smallest thing. This may be due to poor prior advice and so a coping mechanism or just plain denial. In any event, federal prison is no joke and must be navigated with extreme care. In the end that wasn’t done and so the relationship had to take a new direction. This is very sad. And after months of hard work not a decision made lightly. I wish it was different but I have other clients who need their interests protected as well.”

Yikes! According to E! News the last straw for Feldman came when Teresa sent in a request, without the crisis manager’s knowledge mind you, to the judge to allow her to serve her prison sentence at Danbury Federal Prison in Connecticut so she can see her kids. In a strange bit of TV fate, this just so happens to be the same institution that was the inspiration for Netflix’s wildly popular Orange Is the New Black.


Feldman went on to scorch Giudice:

“Both for my clients and myself, I work hard to maintain a strong relationship with the Bureau of Prisons. As I’ve tried to instruct Teresa, this is a process that must be respected. A designation to a camp is a gift, not a requirement from the BOP and the judge. By making this request, Teresa has jeopardized months of work, months of preparation and in fact may jeopardize where she is ultimately designated or sent to.”


I think Andy Cohen needs to get Feldman on one of the Real Housewives shows! Just to back that idea – she knows how to dish it out via Twitter as well – an important skill for any potential HW:

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